1. The Ocean Enterprise Study: Changes Within the Last Five Years

    Wednesday, September 9, 2020 –From 12 noon – 1:00 p.m. (ET) – This special webinar will introduce the 2015 Ocean Enterprise Study and the importance of its results. The follow-up 2020 study will then be introduced and preliminary results will be discussed as they relate to ocean observing and the Enterprise. Register Here Moderator/Panelist:Zdenka Willis, […]

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  2. Will Forman Named as an Honorary Member of MTS

    In recognition of decades of innovation, Will Forman was named an Honorary Member of MTS for his exemplary achievements to advance marine technology in the areas of material science, deep sea submersible engineering, and mission critical operations.   Forman’s work has significantly impacted underwater vehicle technology for commercial, research and government applications. He is noted […]

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  3. The 2020 Underwater Mining Conference Proceeding As Scheduled

    – September 27th to October 2nd, 2020– The Vinoy Renaissance Resort & Golf Club– St. Petersburg, FL Click here for more information and registration The International Marine Minerals Society (IMMS) in partnership with the University of South Florida College of Marine Science, will hold its 49th Underwater Mining Conference (UMC 2020) from September 27 through […]

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  4. MTS Hawaii Section Reboots

    by Liz Corbin, Former MTS President and Hawaii Section Vice-Chair What’s Hawaii been missing out on for the past couple of years? An active MTS Hawaii section that provides that big tent for everyone interested in any aspect of marine science, technology, engineering and policy. That started changing last August when we kicked off the […]

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  5. The Triest and Challenger Deep

    The crescent-shaped Marina Trench, nearly 1,600 miles long with an average wide of 43 miles, is just east of the Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean, just south of Japan. Near the southern end of the Trench is Challenger Deep, the deepest point in the Earth’s seafloor. On January 23, 1960 Swiss engineer Jacques Piccard […]

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